foods by Ann – Sugar-free apple pie dessert – winter edition


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100% natural
No added sugar
No lactose
No dyes and preservatives
No palm oil

A melt-in-your-mouth dessert based on grated apples, chickpeas and millet, with the addition of cinnamon, is the perfect winter snack. Why? It tastes absolutely amazing and has a positive effect on our health. Even the first spoon brings back memories of delicacies from childhood, when, during a break from fun in the snow, we would come home for something delicious to eat to gain strength to build an even bigger snowman and go down the hill on a sled.

Apples need no introduction, because they are one of the favorite and most universal fruits growing in our latitude. They are a source of many phenolic compounds with documented antioxidant, antibacterial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory and antiallergic properties. Plus, they taste wonderful and it’s hard to imagine life without them.

Chickpeas are a great source of protein, B vitamins, including folic acid, niacin and riboflavin, as well as vitamin K, calcium, iron, manganese, copper and potassium. Due to its high fiber content, it can support the digestive system.

Millet contains little starch, but a lot of easily digestible protein. It is distinguished by a high content of B vitamins, iron and copper. It is easily digestible and does not cause allergic reactions because it does not contain gluten. It has antiviral properties and reduces inflammation of the mucous membranes. It has an alkaline-forming effect, so it plays an important role in restoring the acid-base balance in the body. It also contains silica, which has a beneficial effect on hair, skin and nails. Millets also provide large amounts of vitamin E and lecithin, which have a beneficial effect on memory and concentration and regulate cholesterol levels in the blood.

Cinnamon is a spice that has been valued for centuries. It accelerates metabolism, improves the digestion process, and supports the regulation of kidney function. It helps tissues become more sensitive to insulin, which improves the process of regulating carbohydrate metabolism. It also helps get rid of excess fat.